Our Northern Ireland office
The Ofcom team in Belfast represents Ofcom in Northern Ireland and Northern Ireland in Ofcom. We ensure that we keep in touch with the views and opinions of citizens and consumers, the regulated industries and stakeholders more generally in Northern Ireland and factor these into our policy and decision making.
Having an office in Northern Ireland allows us to better understand the region’s particular needs and concerns – inadvertent mobile roaming along the border is just one example. The experience and expertise of Ofcom’s Advisory Committee for Northern Ireland and its Content Board and Communications Consumer Panel members for Northern Ireland also feeds into our work.
Jonathan was appointed Northern Ireland Director in June 2011 and is responsible for all aspects of Ofcom’s work in Northern Ireland. He joined Ofcom in 2006, managing relationships with telecoms providers and local broadcasters, as well as Ofcom’s public affairs and media relations work. Contact Jonathan: email@example.com
James is responsible for Radio (Commercial and Community) issues. He looks after Consumer Affairs and the Broadcasting Code (standards) and manages external and internal communications for Ofcom in Northern Ireland. He also liaises with stakeholders and feeds into Ofcom’s policy and research work. Contact James: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rebecca manages the Belfast office and looks after the administration for the team in Northern Ireland. Her role also involves providing support to the Advisory Committee and leading Ofcom’s Media Literacy work in Northern Ireland. Contact Rebecca: email@example.com
Robert is an Apprentice Spectrum Engineering Officer in the Spectrum Assurance Team, based in Belfast. Contact Robert: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ofcom Northern Ireland
2nd Floor Landmark House
5 Cromac Quay
Tel: 028 9041 7500
Advisory Committee for Northern Ireland
The Advisory Committee for Northern Ireland advises Ofcom about the interests and opinions, in relation to communications matters, of persons living in Northern Ireland. Find out more about its role and members.